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El Hamdaoui returns to Rams

Mounir El Hamdaoui is on his way back to Derby having recovered from a hernia opperation last month.

The Spurs striker, who hasn't played since the 2-2 draw with Leicester, is under contract to the Rams until May.

Mounir had proved to be popular with supporters scoring 3 goals in his brief stays with the Rams, but seems to see the move back to Derby as unlucky!

Derby boss Terry Westley told the clubs official website: 'We are going to look at his mental condition and if he is in the right frame of mind he will train on Thursday and will be available for selection if I want him'

It's looking like a good week on the pitch for Derby as both Michael and Seth Johnson are on the way back too (see separate article).




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Date:Tuesday April 4 2006

Time: 5:44PM

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i'm a spurs fan and am yet to see this kid play, is he any good?
andyclark1882
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04/04/2006 19:02:00

yeah done well with us better than raziak was for you! might be a good championship player though!
andyd2604
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04/04/2006 19:44:00

Mounir is a fantastic prospect and what I saw of him in the reserves looks quite 'sparky'. Also worthy of note is that Mounir is the only player that Arnesen wanted to take with him to Chelsea...
harryhotspur
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05/04/2006 09:10:00

how come you never buy players and only loan them. each season youve got different players,.
jono_forest
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02/05/2006 14:37:00

 

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